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Sunday, July 19, 2020

More on Brenton Clutterbuck's new book

If you want to learn a bit more about Brenton Clutterbuck's new book on the underground music scene in Argentina before you decide whether to buy it, you're in luck. Brenton has posted the first chapter of Si Nos Organizamos online. 

I'm glad the chapter has been posted because you can see for yourself the book seems interesting. 

Typically when someone becomes interested in an obscure genre of music, there's a good reason; the person has discovered something compelling and wants to share. I know a rock historian, Nick Blakey, who's an expert in the underground Cleveland rock scene of the 1970s. Robert Christgau has written a lot about African pop music, a topic not explored by many other pop critics. I have a particular interest in avant garde Russian classical music of about 1915-1935 and have been trying to put together a blog about it. 

Brenton's book is available as both a paperback and ebook.

I forgot to mention yesterday you can follow Brenton on Twitter. 

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